The Buzz: April Fools’ Day

It’s April Fools Day and some businesses are getting in on the action.

E-surance is offering “election insurance” to protect your home for four years, if you decide to move to Canada after the 2016 presidential election.

Retailer Coles joked that it’s going to replace shopping carts with flying hover trolleys.

And Soft Star Shoes based in Oregon said it would sell “jolt” sneakers that send a jolt of electricity to people who need some help to get moving.

What do you think about pranks on April fools’ day? Love it? Hate it?

Any good pranks you can recall?

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